Weather

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Oct
Source: droughtmonitor.unl.edu Map released: Oct. 29, 2020 | Data valid: Oct. 27, 2020 This week's drought summary: A blast of frigid Arctic air invaded the North Central States, producing weekly temperatures averaging 15 to 25 degrees F below ...

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Oct
Source: AgriLife Today | Oct. 27, 2020 Cool season crops in the Rio Grande Valley are off to a good start after plantings were delayed by rain, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert....

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Oct
Source: droughtmonitor.unl.edu Map released on Oct. 22, 2020 | Data valid Oct. 20, 2020 This week's drought summary: Over the past week, beneficial precipitation fell over the higher elevations of Washington and Oregon, in much of Montana (particularly the mountainous western ...

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Oct
Source: AgriLife Today | Oct. 20, 2020 Texas remained sixth in the nation for honey production in 2019, and is home to thousands of overwintering hives that contribute to the nation’s agricultural economy each growing season, according to Texas A&M AgriLife ...

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Oct
NOAA's winter forecast for the U.S. favors warmer, drier conditions across the southern tier of the U.S., and cooler, wetter conditions in the North, thanks in part to an ongoing La Niña. Forecasters at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center — a division of the National Weather Service — are also closely ...

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Oct
Source: droughtmonitor.unl.edu This week's drought summary: A dry pattern continued this past week over large portions of the continental United States, with a few exceptions being areas impacted by Hurricane Delta or its remnants, parts of the Upper Midwest and middle ...

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Oct
Keep updated on the latest weather trends and outlooks with Livestock Wx’s Weekly Update email. To subscribe, click here. SPONSORED CONTENT Oct. 16, 2020: La Niña’s reign continues; 85% chance it will last ...

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Oct
It’s beginning to look like Mother Nature and market forces could make 2020 a good crop year for Texas rice producers. (Texas A&M AgriLife Communications photo). Source: ...

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